Tim O'Reilly: "What a way forward for all of those trying to understand the future of news! Point of view fused with fact checking, bluntness and informality fused with ruthless editing, a humanistic vision that acts as a filter to make sure that the stories covered actually matter!"
Steve Outing: "Perhaps instead of sinking a pile of money into their own citJ platform, they should instead be developing means to tap into the external venues where people already are sharing their news..."
âAdvertisers want you to prove engagement,â said Keith Fox, president of BusinessWeek. âOrdinary social media are too broad to draw ads, but we can sell display ads reaching a specific audience on electronics or cars or medical devices.â
Must have missed the announcement but having just uploaded the family holiday video to YouTube discovered that you can now add labels, speech bubbles and 'highlights' very easily by using YouTube annotations -- tremendous fun and makes up for some of the shortcomings of video -- adding the context.